Taft Tower Hotel
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... being wood across the border, and they let me go, as I said it was in a form of "keychains" and not what u actually got, which were but carvings... Hehe. Indian lying power (y)
Mom and Chad picked me up from the airport with a Welcome Balloon!!! SO HAPPY !!! Didn't get our usual Tim Hortons though as I wasn't feeling well :(
Now I'm just in bed, waiting for Sadaf to get home x So happy to be home, though I already miss The Philippines so much... ...
... bus ticket is go to the bus terminal directly and I have to be there before midday or it will be fully booked. No phone or internet bookings….. so I decide Id better get there as early in the morning as possible and take 3 trains and 2 jeepnies to get there. I have my bus ticket! Now for the visa. I make the very painful and long journey back to try and find the new immigration building. I had read about how long and convoluted the process was but it was possibly even ...
... sitting on plastic chairs on the ground, it feels like a life time ago!! During the days we found ourselves on jeepneys and it did not take long before we were in the swing of the local way of Manila jeepney life. If you are closest to the driver then everyone who gets on will pass you their money and you will pass it on to the driver. The driver will then put his hand behind his head and you are expected, as the closest person to him, to take the change and give ...
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... doing maintenance, construction, trike driver, tour guide, et al. The ride went from paved to dirt to potholed gravel roads to the retreat house. The gate even looked like I was going to a commune. After checking in and getting in my double room (my roomie hadn't arrived yet), I was shown around and given the scoop on how my days would be spent including free times to explore outside the "compound", as I called it.
I arrived in time for breakfast which I later learned how ...